Helping You to Get a Yurt

Searching for the least expensive, most direct, simple, sustainable yurt solutions, to bridge you from longing to living, in the yurt of your dreams

Monday, May 24, 2010

Yurts and Chaco Canyon

Pueblo Bonito, the largest of the great  houses at Chaco Culture National Historical Park, is seen Tuesday from a  windblown overlook.
Photo by JOHN PEEL/Herald

I discovered today in and article entitled Astronomers Will Admire Chacoans' Knowledge
that a visitor center at Chaco Canyon is a yurt.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Yurt Accommodations In Europe

I received an email today:

Greetings Bruce

I write from the online travel community

Currently I am creating an area on our site specifically for Yurt rentals. You seem like an authority in the field and by far the most frequent blog contributor, so you are the first person I wanted to contact in my search for exposure on the blogosphere.

Recently we began offering these Yurt accommodations on our site:

In UK:
In Ireland:
In Hawaii:
And this Yurt from Rob Matthews at the Yurt Workshop and Hooting Owl in Spain:

Any coverage you could oblige would be greatly appreciated. I love your story and notions of human shelter; you would be a welcomed member of the Airbnb community. Please let me know your thoughts and if there is anyway we could possibly reciprocate the effort.

Thank you Bruce and I look forward to hearing from you.


Justin Hauge

Check them out.
They seem to be way out front on yurt accommodations. AND!!! Wa-a-ay cool links in the email. Reciprocate? Let's keep sharing yurts with the world. Thanks for letting us know about what you are doing. Accommodations

Monday, May 17, 2010

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Yurts and Souls

Beautiful article at Remote Retreats and Rejuvenating the Soul....

Song Kul yurts, Kyrgyzstan

Maybe not the obvious choice for a hotel stay, but a night’s rest in a nomadic yurt in Kyrgyzstan will at least give you a memorable experience. If you’re not fussed with fluffy pillows and bath robes, you’ll loving staying in the yurts at Song Kul Lake, located 3,016m above sea level. Live the Genghis Khan dream, trek, watch the fantastic wildlife and breathe some seriously fresh air. The nearest town is 500 miles away, so rest assured: no one will disturb you. More details can be found on Dragoman’s website.

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Flirt With A Yurt

Recent article from the UK entitled Flirt With A Yurt from The Northern Echo.

IN TENTS: A yurt with its own decking area IN TENTS: A yurt with its own decking area